Micro Entrepreneurism, Simple Living & Art
Its not that I don’t see the value of making a plan. I do. Its just that plans are so unwieldy, they’re such a giant guess. If I had to, I could write a plan for the next year (for me or for RAGGEDedge), but I have no idea what its actually going to take, and/or how long its going to take, for me to get from here to there (where ever I decide there is). No clue.
So my new plan is to make little plans. Tiny ones. With an end goal in mind, yes, but each plan is really just one step.
Big plans are impressive no doubt. They’re fun to talk about. Satisfying to put on paper. But little plans are where the action is. Little plans happen. Big plans get left behind in conversations and presentations.
Big plans fall through and then they look down upon you, little plans see where you are right now and then they ask you out on a date.
When I started, my plan was to write this blog post. My next plan: take a shower.